BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team regrouped after a sluggish first half and pulled away from host Calvert, 10-4, on Wednesday to win the state 3A-East Region title and remain unbeaten.
The Seahawks entered the state tournament as the top seed in the 3A-East Section I and cruised past visiting Kent Island, 17-6, in their tournament opener on Monday and advanced to face Calvert in the region championship on Wednesday. The two teams sparred for much of the first half with neither gaining an advantage. The score was tied at 2-2 at the break, but Decatur would get its offensive machine cranked up. The Seahawks outscored Calvert, 8-2, in the second half to cruise to the 10-4 win in the regional championship and remain unbeaten at 15-0 on the season. Payton VanKirk scored three goals and dished out an assist. Claire Porter had two goals and three assists, while Elle Bargar and Brigitte Ardis each scored two goals.
Last week, the Seahawks edged Queen Anne’s for the Bayside championship and captured the regional championship this week to remain unbeaten. With the regional title in hand, the unbeaten Seahawks now advance to the state’s Final Four where they will face second-seeded Hereford at Annapolis High on Friday.
BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team fell in its final game of the season with a 17-8 loss to Calverton last week in the Maryland Independent Lacrosse League semifinals. The Mallards essentially play in two leagues including the traditional Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) and the MILL, which features some of the best teams across the shore and … Continue reading
BERLIN- When Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team won the Bayside championship last week four players completed a rare three-peat of conference titles in a single school year. The Seahawks rallied last week to beat Queen Anne’s, 9-7, in the Bayside Conference championship game last week, keeping their perfect season intact heading into the state regional tournament this week. For … Continue reading
OCEAN CITY- Thousands of runners from all over the country are descending on the resort area this week for the Island to Island Half Marathon and 5K race. The Island to Island Half Marathon and 5K races, hosted by OC Tri Running for the benefit of Worcester County Youth and Family Counseling, have become fixtures on the early spring special … Continue reading
SALISBURY- The Delmarva Shorebirds this weekend are hosting the annual Bi-State Rivalry Challenge featuring some of the top teams from Maryland and Delaware in a five-game series on Friday and Saturday. The Bi-State Challenge will be held over two days starting this afternoon at the Arthur W. Perdue Stadium. Included in the field are Stephen Decatur and Parkside, which are … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team held off a late rally by crosstown rival Worcester Prep on Monday to remain unbeaten and inch closer to a perfect regular season. Something had to give when the Seahawks traveled across town to face the Mallards on Monday. Worcester had lost just one game all season and had reeled off seven straight … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity baseball team celebrated Senior Day this week with a 12-2 win over visiting Wicomico. After suffering their first loss of the season last week to rival Parkside, the Seahawks rebounded with two straight including a 9-3 win over Bennett last Friday, followed by the 12-2 win over Wicomico at home on Monday. The Seahawks beat Parkside … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team rode an efficient offense and a stifling defense on their way to a convincing 11-4 win over neighborhood rival Worcester Prep on Monday. The two teams sparred early in Monday’s highly anticipated matchup at Decatur with neither gaining a distinct advantage. Nearly a full five minutes clicked down in the first quarter before … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team enjoyed a big week, edging four-time defending Bayside Conference champion Queen Anne’s, 11-10, in overtime last Friday before routing Delaware power Cape Henlopen on Monday. Despite unprecedented success in recent years, standing in the Seahawks’ way has almost always been Queen Anne’s. Decatur lost in the Bayside title game last year to the … Continue reading
OCEAN CITY- Thousands of runners from all over the region descended on the resort last weekend for the 4th Annual Susan Komen Maryland Race for the Cure in Ocean City, turning the downtown area into a sea of pink on Sunday morning. While thousands of individual runners and team runners competed, thousands more family, friends and supporters piled into the … Continue reading